NEW JERSEY - Governor Murphy urged residents to cooperate with contact tracers working to reach those who may have been exposed to coronavirus through a statement on Monday. 

"We now have approximately 3,000 contact tracers on the ground," the governor said.  "Nearly 70% of individuals refuse to cooperate with our contact tracers. This is not a witch hunt. This is about protecting you, your loved ones, and your community. Take the call."

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